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Egyptian languages

The Egyptian languages are a subfamily of the Afro-Asiatic languages. The only members are the Egyptian language and its descendant, Coptic. They are extinct in regular usage, though Coptic is preserved as a liturgical language in the Coptic Church.

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Thomas a Kempis

... 1489), Spanish (Seville, 1536), Arabic (Rome, 1663), Armenian (Rome, 1674), Hebrew (Frankfort, 1837), and other languages. Corneille produced a poetical paraphrase ...

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